Abby West is a recovering journalist and pop culture junkie, whose decades at prominent media organizations such as Essence, Entertainment Weekly, and People have given her a love of stories that explore, empower, and celebrate underrepresented communities.
Peabody award winner and former CBS News anchor Dan Rather shares the decisive moments of his life, love, and career in his deeply personal staged performance.
Sisterly love, spousal revenge, and one priceless piece of art star in this clever, mischievous Audible Original short story by the best-selling author of 'American Marriage.'
Actor and narrator Diane Kruger connects with 'New York Times' best-selling author Gayle Forman's rich historical drama, 'The End of My Heart.'
Find out why the memoir from trailblazer Arlan Hamilton — a Black queer woman unapologetically owning the venture capital space — is exactly the playbook for resilience we need right now.
The bestselling author found a way to use his special skills to help some of those most affected by COVID-19. His 8-week-long serialized story homes in on the thing we're all missing right now: human contact and connection.
How one very resonant novel sparked an editor’s return to her native Caribbean land after a 26-year absence.
We're adding a little closeness to our social-distancing reality with Hear for Each Other, new virtual listening clubs where we can all listen to the same stories and talk about them along with Audible editors.
The award-winning author of 'The Good Lord Bird' and 'The Color of Water' shares why his rollickingly fun new novel, ostensibly about a baffling shooting, is all about the power of community and church.
Legendary comedian and activist Dick Gregory made waves when his autobiography was first published in 1964 with its deliberately incendiary title. Audible is bringing it to audio for the first time and his son, Dr. Christian Gregory, shares why *that* word still carries so much weight and why his father’s message through activism endures.
Debut novelist Kiley Reid takes a fresh new look at racial and class tensions as she goes beyond the now-ubiquitous filmed scene of a Black person faced with a fraught confrontation. Listen in as she discusses all that went into her approach, including labor laws and hair stories.
These 10 interviews capture the power and beauty of a one-on-one conversation with a favorite storyteller.
After more than 30 years of silence, Robyn Crawford is speaking publicly about her lifelong relationship with Whitney Houston.